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Page 56 of 59 J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 8 Inside GNSS 57 Esteve, Carles Fernandez–Prades and Jordi Vilà Valls. In addition, special thanks to Professor Dennis M. Akos for providing some of the data sets used during the testing stage and to the edi- tors of this manuscript Dr. Nagaraj Channarayapatna Shivaramaiah, Sara Hrbek, and members of the University of Colorado at Boulder Writing Center. Manufacturers e first soware receiver described in the GNSS Soware Receivers section of the article and in Additional Resources (Pany et alia, 2012) is the SX3 soware receiver developed by IFEN GmbH from Poing, Germany. Another commercial receiver discussed in the section was the ARAMIS from iP-Solutions with offices in Japan, UK and the U.S. Additional Resources 1. Akopian, D., "Fast FFT based GPS Satellite Acqui- sition Methods," IEE Proceedings - Radar, Sonar and Navigation, Volume: 152, Issue: 4, 2005 2. Borre, K., D. Akos, N. Bertelsen, P. Rinder, and S. Jensen, A Software-Defined GPS and Galileo Receiver: A Single-Frequency Approach, Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis, Birkhäuser, 2007 3. Fernández–Prades, C., J. Arribas, P. Closas, C. Avilés, and L. Esteve, "GNSS-SDR: An Open Source Tool For Researchers and Developers," Proceedings of the ION GNSS 2011 Conference, Portland, OR, 2011 4. Fernández–Prades, C., J. Arribas, L. Esteve, D. Pubill, and P. Closas, "An Open Source Galileo E1 Software Receiver," Proceedings of the 6th ESA Work- shop on Satellite Navigation Technologies (NAVITEC '12), ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2012 5. Fonzo, A. D., M. Leonardi, G. Galati, P. Madonna, and L. Sfarzo, "Software-Defined-Radio Techniques Against Jammers for In-Car GNSS Navigation," 2014 IEEE Metrology for Aerospace (MetroAeroSpace), 2014 6. Goff, S., "Reports of Mass GPS Spoofing Attack in the Black Sea Strengthen Calls for PNT Backup," Inside GNSS, 2017 7. Kraus, T., R. Bauernfeind, and B. Eissfeller, "Sur- vey of In-Car Jammers - Analysis and Modeling of the RF Signals and IF Samples (Suitable for Active Signal Cancelation)," Proceedings of the 24th Inter- national Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS 2011), Portland, OR, 2011 8. Pany, T., Navigation Signal Processing for GNSS Software Receivers, GNSS Technology and Applica- tions Series, Artech House, 2010 9. Pany, T., N. Falk, B. Riedl, T. Hartmann, G. Stangl, and C. Stöber, "An Answer for Precise Positioning Research," Innovation: Software GNSS Receiver, 2012 10. Petrovski, I., and T. Tsujii, Digital Satellite Navi- gation and Geophysics: A Practical Guide with GNSS Signal Simulator and Receiver Laboratory, Digital Satellite Navigation and Geophysics, Cambridge University Press, 2012 11. Revnivykh, I., "Glonass Programme Update," 11th Meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Sochi, Russian Federation, 2016 12. Russian Institute of Space Device Engineering, "Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) Interface Control Document, Navigational Radio Signal in Bands L1, L2," Technical Report, Moscow, 2008 13. Shivaramaiah, N. C., D. M. Akos, and K. Yan, "A Multi-band GNSS Signal Sampler Module with Open-Source Software Receiver," Proceedings of the 29th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS+ 2016), Portland, OR, 2016 14. Siouris, G. M., Aerospace Avionics Systems : A Modern Synthesis, Academic Press, 1993 15. Suzuki, T. and N. Kubo, "GNSS-SDRLIB: An Open- Source and Real-Time GNSS Software Defined Radio Library," Proceedings of the 27th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Insti- tute of Navigation (ION GNSS 2014), Tampa, FL, 2014 16. Takasu, T. and A. Yasuda, "RTKLIB ver. 2.4.2 Man- ual," No. C, 2013 Authors Damian Miralles is a graduate student in the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sci- ences at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received a B.S. in Electrical and Com- puter Engineering from the Polytechnic Universit y of Puerto Rico. His research interests are in GNSS receiver technologies, software defined radio and digital signal processing. Gabriel F. P. Araujo is an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Technology at the University of Brasilia, Bra- zil, and scholarship research- er at LARA (Automation and R o b o t i c s L a b o r a to r y ) . H e works with robotics estima- tion and navigation. He is currently working with SDR development, a software-defined radio for mobile robot localization using multi-constella- tion GNSS systems. Em. Univ.-Prof. D r.-I ng. habil. Dr. h.c. Guenter W. Hein is Professor Emeritus of Excellence at the University FA F M u n i c h . H e w a s E S A Head of EGNOS & GNSS Evo- l u t i o n Pr o g r a m m e D e p t . between 2008 and 2014, in charge of development of the 2nd generation of EGNOS and Galileo. Prof. Hein is still organizing the ESA/JRC International Summerschool on GNSS. He is the founder of the annual Munich Satellite Navigation Summit. Prof. Hein has more than 300 scientific and technical papers pub- lished, carried out more than 200 research proj- ects and educated more than 70 Ph. D.´s. He received in 2002 the prestigious Johannes Kepler Award for "sustained and significant contribu- tions to satellite navigation" of the US Institute of Navigation, the highest worldwide award in navigation given only to one individual each year. G. Hein became a Fellow of ION in 2011. The Technical University of Prague honored his achievements in satellite navigation with a Doc- tor honoris causa in Jan. 2013. He is a member of the Executive Board of Munich Aerospace since 2016.

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